Solair Shade Solutions Expands Opportunities for Patio Dealers

Exterior vertical shades, window awnings provide extended shade for homeowners

GLEN RAVEN, N.C. —Solair Shade Solutions is expanding its product offerings to include versatile exterior vertical shades and window awnings for patio furniture dealers in addition to its renowned retractable awning line.

“This product expansion is an amazing opportunity for patio dealers to grow their customer base with shade solutions that will fit the needs of a variety of outdoor living spaces,” said David Heiman, Solair commercial sales manager.

The Solair power screen is a motorized exterior vertical shade that extends from ceiling to floor, enclosing any outdoor area to provide protection from insects, harmful UV rays and glare. Available in two models, Side Retention System (SRS) and cable guided system, Solair power screens utilize the latest in textile technology to block 50% to 99% of UV rays while also allowing a clear view from the inside.

Window awnings bring the technology of Solair awnings in a compact product for window applications. These shade solutions help control the indoor temperature as well as protect the interior from sun damage. Solair window awnings are available in four frame colors and hundreds of Sunbrella® fabric options.

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